(12 July 2021)
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) will be operating flights to all its US
destinations when the airline resumes direct service to Boston in
September and Miami in October.
SAS plans to operate its first Airbus A321LR aircraft
on flights from Copenhagen to Boston, and will increase the number of flights from Copenhagen to Los Angeles, San
Francisco and Washington DC starting in September.
From 1 October, the airline will resume service to Miami
from Copenhagen and Stockholm respectively.
Towards the end of
October, Miami will be served daily with thrice weekly flights from
Copenhagen and Stockholm respectively as well as once weekly from
SAS is currently present in the Chicago market
with daily passenger flights as well as additional cargo only
flights from Copenhagen and will restart the Stockholm-Chicago
route later this autumn.
SAS’ US routes and departures this autumn:
* Copenhagen-New York – 7 weekly
Copenhagen-Chicago – 7 weekly
* Copenhagen-Los Angeles – 4-5
* Copenhagen-San Francisco – 4 weekly
Copenhagen-Washington DC – 4 weekly
* Copenhagen-Boston – 3
* Copenhagen-Miami – 3 weekly
* Oslo-New York – 3
* Oslo-Miami – 1 weekly
* Stockholm-New York – 3-5
* Stockholm-Chicago – 3 weekly
* Stockholm-Miami – 3
“We are delighted to improve the connectivity for
both passengers and air freight to and from Scandinavia from all
three capitals as the demand increases. From September 2, SAS will
reintroduce the route Stockholm-New York, in addition to the
current direct routes from Copenhagen and Oslo,” said Karl Sandlund, acting CEO of SAS.
Although many countries are now easing their entry
restrictions, most countries still require various types of travel
and test certificates and it is important to be well-prepared well
before arriving at the airport. To make it easier for travelers,
SAS has developed a digital platform, SAS Travel Ready Center.
Through SAS Travel Ready Center, travelers can prepare everything
they need online from home. On this site, customers can see what
restrictions apply at their destination, upload travel
certificates, and have them reviewed and verified by SAS. They can
then download their boarding pass electronically and can go
directly to the SAS self-service line at the airport.
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